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Movies in Melbourne this weekend
Love Aaj kal 2
Oh My Kadavalu
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Ishq Wali Chitthi
A Valentine’s Day contest on Indian Link Radio.
Write your sincerest, most heartfelt letter to someone you love, and send it in to firstname.lastname@example.org or inbox it to Indian Link Radio’s Facebook page.
Results live on air on 14 Feb! Details 02 9290 1855
Sikh youth conference Elevate 2020: Sangat of the Future
Sat 22 Feb Young Sikh Professionals Network (YSPN) and Sikh Youth Australia (SYA) announce their annual conference Elevate 2020 at the Amora Riverwalk Melbourne in Richmond Victoria.
The event will bring together some of the most distinguished, eminent Sikhs in Australia and our surrounding region to discuss, ‘Sangat of the Future,’ a theme that seeks to reconcile the position and dynamic of our community in 2020 Western society.
The day will consist of a Conference and Gala Dinner. Keynote speakers will address the conference on the topics
-Igniting the dormant potential of migrants
-Coordinating sewa across the community
Sessions will be facilitated by expert YSPN executives and high-ranking members of the community who will work with you to explore what our future holds.
Dawn Raga Series
Fri 14 Feb, 28 Feb, 12 Mar, 27 Mar (7.30 am) Asia TOPA is bringing the main event of the raga series with the soothing sounds of raga whilst enjoying an authentic cup of morning chai. Yoga mats will be provided.
14 Feb – Hari Sivanesen & Jay Dabgar
28 Feb – Jayshree Ramachandran & Jay Dabgar
13 March – Subramanya Sastry & Jay Dabgar
27 March – Josh Bennett & Jay Dabgar
Venue: Bunjil Place Plaza but will be moved to the foyer in the event of wet weather.
Thur to Sun 20 Feb – 1 Mar (7.00 pm – 10.00 pm) Check out Indian Bharatanatyam dancer and academic Swarnamalya Ganesh from Chennai at HuRU-hARa – a multi-disciplinary, immersive installation of genre-bending arts experiences.
Venue: Abbotsford Convent, 1 St Heliers St, Abbotsford.
The Southbank Dawn Raga Series
Fri 7 Feb, 21 Feb, 6 Mar, 20 Mar (7.30 am) In response to the overwhelming demand from previous events, Multicultural Arts Victoria and Melbourne Arts Centre are back with another series of therapeutic morning ragas. Attendees are encouraged to bring a mat or towel to sit on as they indulge in the calming melodies of traditional raga with a hot cup of chai.
Venue: Arts Centre Melbourne Main Lawn but will be moved to Hamer Hall St Kilda Road foyer in the event of rain.
Melbourne International Festival of Hindustani Classical Music
Fri 6 Mar (7.30 pm) – Sun 8 Mar (10.30 pm) Melbourne Hindustani Classical Society Inc. has curated a list of some of the best classical Hindustani musicians in the world in their annually held festival.
Venue: Methodist Ladies’ College (MLC), 207 Barkers Road, VIC 3101
Details visit https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/season-pass-melbourne-international-festival-of-hindustani-classical-music-tickets-66542860487
Bollywood at Federation Square
Thur 5 Mar (9:00 am) Stronger Together – Fundraising for Bushfire Relief. All funds raised will be donated to the Australian Red Cross Disaster Relief and Recovery Fund
Venue: Federation Square, Melbourne
Think Peace India Run Festival
Sun 29 Mar (8.30 am – 2.00 pm) Think Peace Organization is hosting a race to raise funds for charities in India and those of Victoria’s bushfires. With zumba and yoga sessions before the race, the event encourages the local Indian community to get active for a better world.
Venue: Birrarung Marr, Federation Square, VIC 3004
Details visit https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/think-peace-india-run-festival-tickets-90743754011
Fresher Thoughts by Kunal Kamra in Melbourne
Sun 1 Mar (8:30 pm) – Stand-up comic Kunal Kamra Live in Melbourne at The Comic’s Lounge 26 Errol St, North Melbourne 3051 VIC Australia. For booking tickets, visit this link.
Neha Kakkar Live In Melbourne
Sun 29 Mar Venue: Palais Theatre. Details 0432 573 333
Three Legends of Bollywood
Sun 19 Apr (7.00 pm – 11.00 pm) Udit Narayan, Kumar Sanu and Alka Yagnik will come together on one stage to perform live. Venue: 1 Convention Centre Place South Wharf, VIC 3006. Details 0452 337 387
Make New Friends: Ladies and Gents
Fri 21 Feb (6.30 pm – 8.30 pm) build new connections with Hum Hindustani: Expat Indians in Melbourne. Drink and dine with people that have the same love of Indian music, food, cricket and more. Venue: Highlander Bar, 11a Highlander Lane, Flinders St / King St, VIC 3000
Details visit this link.
International Women’s Day
Fri 28 Feb (3:00pm – 5:00pm) The Consulate General of India 9Sydney0 presents a panel discussion. Venue: 344 St Kilda St, Melbourne. Details 03 9682 5800
NDIS information session for Indian community
Sun 1 Mar (2.00pm – 4.00pm) IndianCare and Ethnic Communities Council of Vic present a free workshop on the National Disability Insurance Scheme and Early Childhood Intervention Scheme. Venue: Penrose Community Centre, 83 Penrose Promenade, Tarneit. Details 03 8312 8805
Melbourne Holi Festival 2020
Sat 7 Mar (11.30 pm – 7.30 pm) Dr RnB Entertainment will host this year’s Holi festival. A war of colour, traditional music, parades and people chasing each other on streets and temples, the event is a great opportunity to let loose and delve into a deep Hindu tradition. Venue: The Paddock, Federation Square. Details Raj 0411 429 598
Classes in conversational English
Saturdays (1.00pm – 3.00pm) IndianCare invites you to join in. Come along to SMRC Building, 39 Clow St, Dandenong. Details 03 8312 8805.
Fri 21 Feb (9.00 am) Sri Durga Temple will hold a celebration family of Maha Shivratri with Shiv Maha Abhishek at 11pm to be pre-booked.Venue: 705-715 Neale Rd, Deanside, 3336. Details 0435 374 622
Sri M visit to Australia
15-30 Mar Eminent Kriya Yoga expert Sri M will visit Melbourne and will meet the public at a series of events.
Details 0401 350 310, 0407 821 342.
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